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Family Ties On The Top Of The Empire State Building!

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Sweet! They look like they had a lot of fun together!

On Friday, Michael J. Fox and his daughter, Esme, threw on the switch to light up the Empire State Building orange and white to raise awareness for the The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.

Obviously, it was fun as well as influential. We hope a lot of people saw that beacon over the weekend and actually understood it's meaning.

Check out more pics of Michael with his little lady in the gallery (below).

[Image via WENN.]

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6 comments to “Family Ties On The Top Of The Empire State Building!”



  1. 1

    His daughter reminds me of Jodie Foster in Freaky Friday.



  2. 2

    fun, maybe, influential, NO! I see the empire state building lit up in all different colors when I watch the news, and I HAVE NO IDEA WHY IT IS LIT IN DIFFERENT COLORS! Once in a while, and it is a rare, rare chance, the person at the news desk will 'anounce' the reason for the whatever colors, BUT NORMALLY NOT!! (They normally announce it for a sports team like the Yankees winning the world series, or Christmas, or any othe holiday, veterns day, someone visiting new york that is distinguished. But until today, and I figured you could, you look it up on their site, but WHY?



  3. 3

    Good to see him enjoying time with his little mini me. She is adorable.



  4. 4

    I love the name Esme. It is always good to see a dad spending time with his daughter.



  5. 5

    we're fighting the fight against Parkinsons. my husband was diagnosed 2 years ago.
    it really doesn't mean anything until someone in your family gets the disease.
    we hope for a cure and thank MJF for all he does for the cause.

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    Re: miss hot mess – You've likely read all of the articles about 'Lack Of Vitamin D Linked To Parkinson's Disease'. I've run across three in the last couple of months. Just read one in Science Daily from Oct. 17, 2008, titled as asterisked above.